Robin Lawson turned up to Hallett Motor Racing Circuit on the last weekend of September for the first annual Invite presented by Dunlop. Considering he’s a competitor in the CMRA, he didn’t have long to travel to the 1.8-mile circuit on the outskirts of Hallett, Oklahoma. The forty-year-old came prepared with his Suzuki GSX-R600, signing up to compete in the Superbike 600 Amateur class. Lawson showed promising speed from the very first practice sessions on Friday and earned himself a decent qualifying position on the grid, placing at the top of the Amateur class. He was able to maintain that status throughout the entirety of the four races between Saturday and Sunday, leading the Amateur class from start to finish. Lawson was able to mix it up with a couple of the Expert riders and continued to improve his lap time as the weekend progressed. He was able to cut nearly a second off his lap times and set a respectable 1:20.9 during the third race of the Superbike 600 Amateur race. His best finish out of both the Expert and Amatuer classes was a 6th place in both the third and fourth races, beating three Expert riders to the checkered flag. Lawson left as a dominant overall winner in the Superbike 600 Amateur classification, taking with him a number one plate.